The band fits great, and that's about it. The fabric inside of the cups is way too thick to have in a seamed bra. The cups are also made very narrow and shallow at the bottoms, so even though I fill out the entire center and top of the cup, my breasts do not sit in the bottom. But I guess that's why they consider this a push up bra. It doesn't give a round look from the side. The bottoms of the cups are angled up but the tops remain round. It just looks akward. It does give great cleavage though, and it feels supportive. Perhaps if this was made with a normal moulded cup like the Freya Deco, and it didn't have seams this bra would fit excellent.
I love this bra. It is not exactly my size, next time I'm going for a 32FF. But with my separate breasts it forms at least a little bit of definition in deep-cup clothes. It creates a nice round shape. Also being a multivay is a good bonus. Now the negative - this may be caused by that I need a tighter band. The cups are wider and more shallow than I'd like and the cups are collapsing under my weigth a little on one point. But it is still comfortable never the less.
As another reviewer said, the center front below the gore does indeed flip up and out, which looks a bit awkward, not a flattering look. This bra was too big for me everywhere but the band, but gives great cleavage.
Its a bit of an odd cup size, seems too big. Can be worn but you'll feel the constant need to adjust it. Its a multiway with a really deep plunge so you can definitely wear it once in a while. But in all, not so great.
This bra was a little awkward when first purchased. The center front below the gore would flip up and out, not a pretty look under shirts. The straps are removable multi-way straps, but where they attach to the cup in the front would rub my skin raw.
Now that the bra is broken in, it fits more comfortably. I truly need a 28FF in this bra but the 30F is ok for fit. It is comfortable enough now for daily wear.